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Margrets dad is human? beastiality is cool in there world I geuss


All I can think is wtf and how would that even work l

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Remember the irony of the show's title. Regular Show. "It's anything but." Margaret's father could just be a stepfather. As for the beastiality thing, just keep in mind that it is just a cartoon. One that is borderline adult material.

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To be honest Regular Show would of been better as an adult show.

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I don't think it's bestiality if they're humanoid, but this isn't really something you can apply any sort of logic to.

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I didn't notice it when I first watched the episode, but there's a photo of Margaret and Denise with an adult male robin in the master bedroom. So it could be implied that the male robin is/was Margaret's father.

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Nice catch DJLG. Regular Show is pretty economical with it's animation, so I was wondering why the photos got a brief tracking shot...

But back to the OP, it's been well established prior that anything can hit anything in Regular Show's universe (remember Benson's potential honey Audrey? Or Mordecai's rebound CJ who was a cloud person?).

When the cast is mostly non-human, the writers have to take certain liberties with their relationship to the outside world or else they'd end up with an incredibly limiting scope.

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It does not matter if its humanoid. its still an animal so its still beastiality and its messed up in many levels. I guess it does not matter in Regular Show as its fictional and nothing makes sense there but still.

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Anthros, Xenos, mutants and cyborgs and magical creature folk are people who are people who are different.

Ever seen Bojack Horseman?

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Nothing in Bojack Horseman makes sense. Cyborgs are humans with robot parts. Mutants can be anything. Xenos is not a consistent term. Anthros are not people, they are animals. And magical creatures, well that can depend which creature.

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Agree, anthros and aliens are people who are different

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Nope

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Mordecai is a Blue Jay and Margaret is a Cardinal. Cross-species relations is hardly new. Just saying. :P

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Totes, and even when the writers aren't working from something that has some basis in reality, they've got Eileen who wants to hook up with Rigby the Racoon and she's what? Some kind of mole?

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Her tail looks like a beaver.

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I thought she was a beaver too, given her buck teeth and how she patted the sand with her tail in 'Do Me A Solid' but apparently one of the staff said on formspring she's a mole.

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It's like asking how can that whale have a crab for a dad in Spongebob Squarepants?

Next time ask a more intelligent question.

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Adopting a child is not the same as having a relationship.

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Some people just raised their eyebrows at finding out who Margaret's dad is on Regular Show who is Frank Smith and he is a human married to an anthro humanoid bird being named Denise and he is the biological father of her.

Is it no different than when Star Wars humans romance alien beings or Roger Rabbit and Jessica (or is that mammal to mammal?)? i say that guy was quite lucky to marry Denise and have Margaret as his daughter.

Nothing wrong with interspecies romance as it worked for Eliza and Goliath, Roger/Jessica Rabbit, April and Don in Ninja Turtles, Howard the Duck and Bev in the comics, Star Wars humans and aliens, Star Trek humans and aliens, Eric and Ariel in Little Mermaid, Madison and Tom Hanks in Splash, Hepizah and Consair in X-Men comics/animated show, Charlene and Vinnie on Biker Mice, Minerva Mink and Rick Mayers Jr. in the fanfiction series Lifestyles with Minerva Mink (Rick is a human and Minerva is an anthro humanoid mink being which makes sense since both are mammals) Duckman who scored with different mammal anthro beings/different birds/even human ladies on the show, Batman and Cheetah on Justice League, Beast and Carley in X-Men TAS, Beauty and The Beast 80's show, Margaret's dad Frank Smith with Denise on Regular Show etc.

I believe in comics especially furry comics/fanfiction/sci-fi fantasy stories even Star Wars/animation/games/Sci-fi fantasy films etc. that a person
should have that right to love whoever they want to love as the artist or writer thinks so and i support it in interspecies romance even of humans with alien beings/humanoid beings/mutants etc.

As Prince Lir in Peter S Beagle's The Last Unicorn (Book and movie) once said when he found out the loveliest girl he ever laid eyes on and romanced known as Lady Amalthea is a humanized unicorn "Unicorn, mermaid, sorceress, vampire, gargoyle, centaur..no name you'd give her would surprise or frighten me, i love whom i love" which is one of my all time favorite quotes.


"Unicorn, mermaid, vampire,sorceress! No name you'd give her would surprise me i love whom i love"

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There is no way Denise can be Margaret's bio dad because 1) Humans cannot breed with Cardinalds and 2) if they could the result with be monstrous.

And as for the aliens, it depends on the alien in question. If its an alien that looks biologically and physiologically like humans (Examples; Kryptonians and Tamaranians) then its not beastiality, otherwise it is regardless of their intelligence.

Mutants depends on weather the mutant was once a human or not.

As for the gargoyles. Well the gargoyles from the Wyvern clan looked like humans with reptilian features so its ok.

Jessica and Roger are toons. Toons do not need to make sense. Heck there was even a Toon baby smoking in the film.

Furries are disgusting and cringe.

As for Cheetah well it depends. It some versions she is depicted as human with animal features while in others she is depicted as an anthro cheetah.

In Beauty and the Beats the beast was actually a human.

"Minerva mink and Mayers Jr works because their mammals". yeah that's not how biology works. Only species that are part of the same genus can crosbreed and mate. Minks are not even primates so nope.

"a person
should have that right to love whoever they want to love as the artist or writer thinks so and i support it in interspecies romance even of humans with alien beings/humanoid beings/mutants etc."

Yeah no. In love there are exceptions. And if in the interspecies romance the creature is not a member of the homo genus, if does not look physiologically and biologically like humans. Then that interspecies romance=beastiality.

And that quote you said was cringe and came from an overrated movie with many flaws. I do not know how is your favorite but if it is then your cringe.
It does not matter if its anthro or not. If its a non human animal its still beastiality. Biologically incompatible, incompatible genitalia, exchange of zoonotic diseases, the fact that they might end up destroying each other due to their different physiology. It just doe snot work. Not to mention the psychological side of this.

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Huh? You telling me Regular Show isn't supposed to be literal?

Well, knock me down with a feather...

When darkness overcomes the heart, Lil' Slugger appears...

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It's only beastality if it's a non humanoid/non mutant being/non alien being/non anthro being 4 legged feral regular animal creature then it's true beastality.

But when a person romances a humanoid being, mutant being, alien being or anthro being then it's ok to love them.

What about those examples i mentioned even Roger and Jessica?

"Unicorn, mermaid, vampire,sorceress! No name you'd give her would surprise me i love whom i love"

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Roger and Jessica are toons.

Also that quote is cringe and misleading. Also it does not matter if its anthro or not, its still zoophilia. And mutant is not a specific term. Alien is not specific either. Your logic and standards are flawed.

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